November 2, 2023
Ensuring that large industrial customers benefit from energy-saving incentives and resources was the focus of a recent Industry Summit presented by Starkville Utilities and Tennessee Valley Authority.
“With so many industries focused on increasing productivity and managing their costs, the summit explained how they can achieve their goals with assistance from the TVA EnergyRight program,” said Edward Kemp, general manager of Starkville Utilities. “We want our large industrial customers to be aware of all the resources and tools available from their utility provider.”
Summit topics included the comprehensive services provided to industry partners such as energy studies, infared testing, power quality monitoring and other evaluations that help organizations operate safely and efficiently.
Industrial customers also learned about a variety of EnergyRight incentives to help them save money and meet efficiency goals, including equipment and technology upgrades.
“We understand that when our industry partners are successful, our community is successful,” Kemp said. “Always doing what’s best for our customers is one of the principles of public power.”
Starkville Utilities is a municipally owned and operated electric and water utility, serving more than 14,000 residences, businesses and industries in Starkville as well as the state’s largest institution of higher learning, Mississippi State University.